Programmer is my first job at A. I was 20 years old when I first came to A company, turning 21, 13 days after. A few months passed, I decided to quit, but I realize that the best lesson ever learned is experience. Every thing that comes your way has a lesson to learn, what you need to do is make the most out of it, give your best shot and everything will be fine. Indeed it was true; I never regret that I work at A. The lessons I’ve learned makes me a better person not just in my career life but my personal life as well. It makes me stronger and better person specially when handling problems in life. I just hope that they will reach the contentment and the learning that I have achieved in the company. I am not quitting, I am just opening another door in my life.
23 days to go. Counting as to the number of days I will be leaving the Philippines. Excited but a bit scared. We’ll, I always believe in the saying “No guts, no glory”, so even though I’m scared I will never know how it feels if I’m not going to try it. So this is it, I’m excited because I will be with my friends who I have shared lots of experiences for more than 4-12 years. We’ve enjoyed a lot during those years and now we’ll be together again. I’m really scared, but who cares, I will generally do it, life is so short, I should enjoy whatever is in store for me and yes achieve my dreams if I have one 🙂
Waaaaaaaaaaaaaa, so help me GOD 🙂
It has been 4 years and 8 months that I have worked with my first job. The job which I learned to treasure for how many years and months. I have learned a lot of things, from being an innocent petite girl to a lady. Experienced sadness, happiness and well let’s just say a little of suffering in life. It has been a witness to how I grow up from a shy young lad to a mature grown up.
I loved and will always treasure the times I have with the company. The people will always be in my heart wherever I go. As days nearing to my last day with the company, the memories came back to me from the time I started, to the laughing and eating times and to the learning times that my mentor/s were giving me. It was a tough job, a very tough one, it makes me strong not just in my career life but in my personal life as well. I now know how to handle pressure, schedule my own time, respect everyone in the team and being responsible in everything I do. I learned all of that packed in just 4 years plus. Thus, I will never regret the times I have shared with the company.
And now that I will be stepping a new chapter of my life, success in whatever paths I take is what I wished, combining fun and adventure while making a career of my own. This may be the end of my first job but is the beginning of me entering to the real world where I will be driving my own life.
To all who have helped and nurture me in that first company, thank you and you will always be my inspiration in everything I do.